The Queen, who is 95 years old, wears pink and walks with a cane as she arrives with Prince Charles for the opening of the Welsh parliament.

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The Queen, who is 95 years old, wears pink and walks with a cane as she arrives with Prince Charles for the opening of the Welsh parliament.

THE QUEEN was beaming when she arrived in Cardiff this morning in pink to officially open the Welsh Senedd.

On her first visit to Wales in five years, Her Majesty, 95, was accompanied by Prince Charles, 72, and Camilla, 74.

The monarch, who was dressed in a double-breasted blush pink cashmere coat and carrying a walking stick, calmly conversed with officials who greeted her.

As she walked up to the building, she enthusiastically grinned at passers-by, her attire complete with matching black gloves and a handbag.

Her Majesty adorned the Steward Parcin costume with a Welsh Daffodil brooch and a Rachel Trevor-Morgan hat.

As he arrived at the occasion ahead of Her Majesty and the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles kept his facemask on.

Camilla glowed as she strode down the red carpet in a similar red hat and gown, complete with a multi-colored face mask.

The monarch has been photographed using a cane previously, including in 2003 after undergoing surgery to repair torn cartilage in her right knee.

She also carried a cane to Westminster Abbey with her daughter Princess Anne, 71, earlier this week.

Before her arrival to officially open the sixth Senedd with a ceremonial Mace, a red carpet was put out in front of the Senedd.

Hundreds of people lined the barriers that spanned the length of the roadway, hoping to catch a sight of the royal three.

When the Royals came, primary school students were ecstatic to welcome them and waved Welsh flags in the air.

The trio landed in Cardiff on the royal train this morning before heading to the ceremony.

Her Majesty opened the Scottish Parliament earlier this month and spoke of her “many joyful memories” with her husband, Prince Philip.

The Duke of Edinburgh, who died only two months short of his 100th birthday, had many ties to Scotland.

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